Sim Airport is an indie management game where players build and maintain their own airport. Create a fully functional airport including runways, departures and luggage handling to earn money and become a success.
Take to the sky
While similar in style to classic management games like Theme Hospital and Roller-coaster Tycoon, Sim Airport includes elements of more a character-focused title like Rimworld. The management and building is fun and intuitive, giving the player tools to imagine their own creations in real time, offering a sense of satisfaction for fans of strategy titles. The major disadvantages of Sim Airport are currently down to its early access status: graphics are simple, bugs are numerous and the optimization is poor. However, crucially for this kind of release, the developers are involved and responsive to community concerns, often sending out daily upgrades. This means it is still somewhat of a gamble, but a fairly safe one.
Fans of intricate charts and slow building will find a game to love with Sim Airport despite its many current issues. A lack of serious tutorials and in-game help create a difficulty curve some will be unwilling to tackle, however. Overall it is best described as one for those content with endless wiki searching and reporting bugs. A promising start.